Developer Jason Timm has released Csound for iPad – an editor/player utility for the Csound music programming language.
Csound is a programming language, in C, designed for manipulating sound. It was originally created by Barry Vercoe at MIT in 1984.
Csound currently runs on many varieties of UNIX and Linux, Microsoft DOS and Windows, all versions of the Macintosh operating system including Mac OS X, and OS’s.
- Edit, perform, store Csound CSDs on an iPad.
- Transfer CSDs to/from computer with iTunes.
- Control Csound instruments via CoreMIDI.
- Record realtime audio performance as WAV file.
Csound for iPad is tested to work with bluetooth keyboard (recommended) and with available CoreAudio compatible hardware.
Csound is a free download from the App Store.